You know you want to read more. You remember once losing yourself in books. You recall how exciting the adventures were, how late you stayed up following your favorite characters, and how you cried, gasped, or bit your nails.
But how to start reading again when binge-watching TV is so easy and — let’s be honest — fun?
You start slowly, of course. Baby steps. First, with a story that’s only twitter-sized in length. Then the next, a mere 75 words. Then a few hundred words, followed by progressively longer tales until you’re reading novels without even knowing it.
That’s The Binge-Watching Cure, a collection of stories encompassing a range of genres, including mystery, romance, horror, science fiction, literary, crime and more — a little of everything for everybody.
In this book, you’ll witness a couple’s role-playing night-on-the-town, a First Sergeant coming face to face with the horrors of war, a post-apocalyptic thriller, a young woman with seven days to live out a lifetime of love, a catastrophic train wreck that gives a circus troupe baffling powers, and more.
So kick off your shoes and cure your binge-watching.